Solved by a verified expert:Antibiotics
Bacteria are a type of prokaryote that are absolutely
everywhere in the world, from dirt to food, and even inside other living
creatures. In the past 60 years, scientists have developed some incredible
drugs, called antibiotics, to fight bacterial infections. These drugs have
saved millions of lives.

There is, however, a downside to the development of
antibiotics, their overuse. Since the late 1970s, antibiotics have been
prescribed more and more, and for less and less serious infections, which has
led to many bacteria developing a resistance to these drugs. When this happens,
bacteria very quickly lose their vulnerability to these antibiotics, leaving
humans once again susceptible to infection.

For this reason, many people think that the over
prescription of antibiotics by doctors and their addition in products like
antibacterial soaps and kitchen wipes, have led to the evolution of
“superbugs” that cannot be killed by normal antibiotics. Others take
a different view, believing that antibiotics are chemicals like any other, and
they should be allowed to be prescribed at-will and included in household

What do you think? Who should be in control of regulating
the use of antibiotics, if anyone